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A horrified witness has filmed a dog locked inside a car - plastered with animal welfare stickers - on a sweltering day with only one window cracked for heat relief.
The silver Hyundai Accent was spotted parked on a Victorian street on on Thursday when the mercury hit 31C with the dog desperately pressing its nose against the window for fresh air.
The car, which was sitting directly in the sun, had stickers from a number of animal rights' foundations stuck on the back - including one from not-for-profit organisation Animal Liberation.
The organisation was quick to condemn the driver's behaviour with CEO Lynda Stoner slamming the car owner for leaving their dog.
'It's like leaving a child in the car... It's just wrong on every level,' Ms Stoner told Daily Mail Australia.
The dog was found locked inside a car yesterday in 31C heat with animal activist stickers plastered over the back (pictured)